Espanola Island

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I found this section of a blog write-up helpful... Linked from http://www.globenotes.com/Diary.aspx?usr=834=648 ---This was my favourite day on the Galapagos for sure. Crabs, iguanas, and a large colony of blue-footed boobies nested on a spectacular cliff face could be seen up close on our morning walk. We saw nature taking its course on a poor abandoned sea lion and a boobie that was being pecked to death. Snorkelling later in the day involved not only tutle and fish but this time a group...Read Full Story

Santa Fe Island

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I found this section of a blog write-up helpful... Linked from http://www.globenotes.com/Diary.aspx?usr=834=648 ---At Sante Fe Island we saw iguanas and some ridiculously tall catcti living together amongst the rocky landscape. Snorkelling that day we got a chance to swim with the seals, much unlike the wet-suit-clad experience you get at Phillip Island. Sailing again we saw dolphins swim alongside the boat. For our last night on the boat we had creme-de-menthe cocktails and cake. Early...Read Full Story

In Quito

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I found this section of a blog write-up helpful... Linked from http://www.globenotes.com/Diary.aspx?usr=834=648 ---This afternoon´s arrival in Quito marked the end of a very long journey over here - via Sydney, New Zealand (where Cam joined out flight) Chile, Peru and then finally Ecuador. I was glad to have a one night stop over in Chile and although people have said it is much more Western than most of the other places I will be visiting we still struggled quite a bit with Brendan´s...Read Full Story